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Santa Anita’s Newly Renovated Main Track to Re-Open for Training on September 2

Santa Anita’s Newly Renovated Main Track to Re-Open for Training on September 2

Santa Anita’s Newly Renovated Main Track to Re-Open for Training on September 2 Under the direction of Track Superintendent Dennis Moore, Santa Anita’s one mile main track has been totally…

Two teenagers arrested in South Pasadena Monday For planning a ‘Huge Massacre’ at the high school

Two teenagers arrested in South Pasadena Monday For planning a ‘Huge Massacre’ at the high school

“Huge Massacre” Thwarted by police By Terry Miller At a press conference at the South Pasadena Police station Tuesday morning media outlets from around the world were told of the…

Vet Hunters Project Revs Ups Efforts to End Homelessness Sunday August 17 on Skid Row

Vet Hunters Project Revs Ups Efforts to End Homelessness Sunday August 17 on Skid Row

Vet Hunters Project Revs Ups Efforts to End Homelessness Sunday August 17 on Skid Row The Vet Hunters Project is once again on the front line of battling homelessness, this…

Major traffic accident sends trauma patients to Huntington, snarls traffic

Major traffic accident sends trauma patients to Huntington, snarls traffic

Several lanes were shut down Monday afternoon on the 210 Freeway after a crash with injuries involving a big rig and two other vehicles, California Highway Patrol officials said. Traffic…

PCC announces Superintendent-President Rocha Retirement Effective August 31

PCC announces Superintendent-President Rocha Retirement Effective August 31

    While it comes an no surprise to many in the community, PCC has finally announced embattled President Mark Rocha’s retirement: “The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Area…

Taiwan’s economic partnership with California strong and vital, says Ambassador Bruce J.D. Linghu

Taiwan’s economic partnership with California strong and vital, says Ambassador Bruce J.D. Linghu

Taiwan’s economic partnership with California strong and vital, says Ambassador Bruce J.D. Linghu   By Terry Miller   During a special event Tuesday evening, organized by the The Task Force…

Pasadena City Council Declares Level 1 Water Shortage; Outdoor watering limited to three days a week

Pasadena City Council Declares Level 1 Water Shortage; Outdoor watering limited to three days a week

Pasadena City Council Declares Level 1 Water Shortage Outdoor watering limited to three days a week The Pasadena City Council at its July 28, 2014 meeting declared a local water…

TAIWAN – USA SYNERGY, Slated August 5 in Los Angeles

TAIWAN – USA SYNERGY, Slated August 5 in Los Angeles

TAIWAN – USA SYNERGY Slated August 5 in Los Angeles Taiwan is America’s 12th largest trading partner and as such the importance of the relationship between the two countries continues…

Pasadena Nursing home fire cause $65,000 damage

Pasadena Nursing home fire cause $65,000 damage

Pasadena Nursing home fire cause $65,000 damage Pasadena Fire E31 responded to a car fire at 150 Bellefontaine in Pasadena July 27. En-route, the incident was upgraded to a Structure…

Forum examines increased civilian oversight of Pasadena Police ACLU wants police auditor – councilmember Madison stands by the Dept.

Forum examines increased civilian oversight of Pasadena Police  ACLU wants police auditor – councilmember Madison stands by the Dept.

Councilmember Steve Madison speaks highly of Pasadena’s finest as Peter Bibring, senior staff attorney for the ACLU-SoCal looks on – Photo by Terry Miller Forum examines increased civilian oversight of…

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